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Vientiane, Laos

The capital of Laos – Vientiane – is located on the northeastern bank of the Mekong River and is strikingly different from other capitals of Southeast Asia. Life here is calm, measured and the prevailing atmosphere is more like a small provincial town. Vientiane attracts tourists with numerous Buddhist temples and colorful markets. How to… Read More »

Hebron, Israel

Hebron (Hevron) – one of the four holy cities for the Jews, in addition to Jerusalem, Safed and Tiberias. It is believed that the Jewish population lived continuously on its territory for about three thousand years until the pogrom in 1929. This ancient city, repeatedly mentioned in the Bible, was once the center of the… Read More »

Ordino and Arcalis, Andorra

Ordino – Arcalis (Ordino – Arcalis) – one of the most remote resorts of Andorra, whose comparative “isolation from civilization” is more than compensated by the excellent landscape: peaked ridges rise above a small valley, from the tops of which the descents originate, passing through the gorges between the rocks. The “minus” of the resort:… Read More »

Pala and Arinsal, Andorra

The main advantages of this “double” Andorran resort, located just ten kilometers from the country’s capital, are excellent snow cover and developed infrastructure. It consists of the Arinsal and Pal ski bases, connected by a lift – the Seturia telecabin. Check jibin123 for customs regulations and visa requirements of Andorra. Pal is ideal for intermediate skiers,… Read More »

Jaffa, Israel

According to wholevehicles, Jaffa is one of the oldest cities and at the same time the main port of ancient Israel on the Mediterranean Sea. The history of Jaffa goes back centuries, to the time of the Egyptian pharaohs and the ancient Romans. Today, this town, populated mainly by Arabic-speaking residents, has turned into a… Read More »

Sights of Glasgow, Scotland

According to electronicsmatter.com, the city on the River Clyde was once a picturesque place that has grown into one of Britain’s largest seaports. The architecture is extremely special. Victorian buildings are interspersed with modern architecture with the greatest of ease. Clyde Arc for example, the beautiful bridge in the center, is especially beautiful at night… Read More »

Sights of Haarlem, Netherlands

Do you want to visit a great Dutch city without the hustle and bustle of a city like Amsterdam? Then Haarlem is a very good option. It is not for nothing that people say that Haarlem is a sweeter and smaller version of Amsterdam. The city center of Haarlem has still not lost its old… Read More »

US 65 in Arkansas

  US 65 Get started Readland End omaha Length 314 mi Length 505 km Route Louisiana Lake Village Dermott Dumas Pine Bluff Little Rock Conway Clinton Harrison Missouri According to foodezine, US 65 is a US Highway in the US state of Arkansas. The road forms a north-south route through the center of the state,… Read More »

US 30, 89 and 91 in Idaho

US 30 in Idaho US 30 Get started Fruitland End Montpelier Length 416 mi Length 669 km Route Oregon fruitland Boise Mountain Home bliss Buhl Twin Falls Kimberly Burley Heyburn American Falls pocatello soda springs Montpelier Wyoming According to ablogtophone, US 30 is a US Highway in the US state of Idaho. The road forms… Read More »

State Route 119 and 140 in Colorado

State Route 119 in Colorado SR-119 Get started golden End longmont Length 64 mi Length 103 km Route Black Hawk The Netherlands boulder Niwot longmont According to topschoolsintheusa, State Route 119, commonly known as State Highway 119 or SH 119 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a north-south… Read More »

Activities in Florence, Italy

In addition to visiting museums and sightseeing, there are many other things you can do in Florence. These are our top 3 things to do in Florence: Cocktails in the secret garden Florence off the tourist track According to whicheverhealth.com, Serre Torrigiani is a real hidden gem in Florence , as the garden is actually… Read More »

Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a state in Central Europe. Common borders with Poland in the north, with Germany in the west, northwest, with Austria in the south, with Slovakia in the east. The capital is Prague. The climate is moderate. Summers are warm, winters are cold and wet. Russian citizens need a Schengen visa to… Read More »

Tajikistan Economic Overview

Basic data Capital Dushanbe Population 9.83 million Language official language Tajik, widespread Russian Religion Islam (over 96%) State system presidential republic Head of State Emomali Rachmon Head of government Rasulzoda Kochir Currency name somoni Travel Time shift +3 hours (+4 in winter) Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 47.5 Economic growth (%) 5 Inflation (%)… Read More »

South Korea Market Opportunities

As the Korean economy had to deal with a year-long slump due to the pandemic, it was necessary for the government to focus some of its attention on repairing the damage and restoring confidence, in addition to carrying out industrial restructuring and working in the “post-corona economy”. In 2020, a total of USD 262 billion… Read More »

Lithuania Market Opportunities

MFA: Strategic opportunities for foreign exporters In 2020, Lithuania could boast the smallest drop in GDP (−0.8%) in the EU and is among the EU member states that are expected to recover economically from the crisis the fastest in the next two years. The improved result – Lithuania’s economy was previously expected to shrink by… Read More »

Visa to China

Travel to China in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic Although normal international travel in the rest of the world has almost returned to normal, in the case of China, cross-border movement remains greatly restricted and limited by the Chinese authorities. When traveling to China, one must expect the difficulty of obtaining a visa, very expensive… Read More »

Cities and Resorts in Turkey

Beldibi (Turkey) The small resort town of Beldibi is located between Antalya and Kemer. It looks more like a traditional Turkish village and is suitable for a relaxing family holiday and for a secluded holiday for newlyweds. In the vicinity of Beldibi there are lemon and orange groves, so the local air is filled with… Read More »

Types of Tourism in Balearic Islands, Spain

Beach According to polyhobbies.com, the length of the coast on the island of Mallorca is 555 km. it has more than 76 beaches, and 22 of them have been awarded the “blue flag”. All beaches are municipal and free. A sunbed and an umbrella on the beach cost 2-3 euros per day. Not far from… Read More »

Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Region (Russia)

According to howsmb.com, Rybinsk is located 90 km northeast of Yaroslavl at the confluence of the Volga and Sheksna rivers. The city is known as the former capital of burlaks and is one of the points on the Golden Ring tourist route. Settlements on the site of the present city have been known since 1071.… Read More »

Italy Sightseeing

Olbia, Sardinia island (Italy) Olbia is located in the northeastern part of the island of Sardinia. In the distant past, it was an important Roman port. Now one of the two international airports in Sardinia is located here. The island itself is the second largest in Italy after Sicily. Not far from Olbia are the… Read More »

Garden of Peace Between Countries in Salt Lake City

Garden of Peace between Countries in Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City, USA): detailed description, address and photo. Opportunities for sports and recreation, infrastructure, cafes and restaurants in the park. Reviews of tourists. This botanical garden is located within Jordan Park. It was founded in 1939, but work on its creation was interrupted by the… Read More »

St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York

St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York (USA) – description, history, location. Exact address and website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. New York – the Big Apple – the city of millions of people and bright lights, the city of the American dream and great events, the city of amazing places and outstanding sights. And… Read More »

Armenia since 1991

According to topschoolsintheusa, Armenia is a State Republic of Transcaucasia. It borders Georgia to the N, Azerbaijan to the E and SE, Iran to the Sand Turkey to the West. The territory, with no outlet to the sea and with an average height of 1800 m, culminates in Mount Aragac, of volcanic origin (4090 m).… Read More »

Best Time to Visit Cyprus

The most beautiful island on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea – Cyprus. Rich nature, sandy beaches, excellent service, mild climate, many attractions – all this disposes tourists to a pleasant and eventful vacation. The climate is favorable for health. The coldest air temperature in winter is 15 degrees Celsius. Each resort in Cyprus has… Read More »

Brief History of Wyoming

Population: 568.158 thousand people (2011) Area: 253348.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, Wyoming, the State of Equality, belongs to the group of so-called Mountain States. On the map, it looks like a regular rectangle, the boundaries of which are strictly limited by latitudes and meridians. In the language of the local tribes, “Wyoming” means “changeable… Read More »

Brief History of Wisconsin

Population: 5 711.767 thousand people (2011) Area: 169639.0 sq. km The origin of the word “Wisconsin” is shrouded in mystery. This is the name of one of the major rivers of the state, but its etymology is debatable. The English probably borrowed from the French an erroneous interpretation of the word “miskashinshin”, which in the… Read More »

Brief History of West Virginia

Population: 1,855,364 thousand pers. (2011) Area: 62755.0 sq. Km In the southeastern United States is West Virginia, which is the only area in the South Atlantic that has no access to the Atlantic Ocean. The capital is Charleston. See West Virginia counties. The lands of West Virginia lie in the territory of the Appalachians, the highest… Read More »

Brief History of Washington

Population: 6 830.038 thousand people (2011) Area: 184827.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, Washington was nicknamed the Evergreen State because of the huge amount of coniferous forests. This area is characterized by high humidity and the largest number of cloudy days per year in the United States. This climate is due to several mountain ranges,… Read More »